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Indonesian utility pledges to stop building coal plants beyond existing pipeline

State-owned electricity company PLN said it will finish building 20GW of planned coal capacity before turning to renewables

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‘Exceptional new normal’: IEA raises growth forecast for wind and solar by another 25%

Silicon Valley Getting a Rare New U.S. Solar-Manufacturing Plant

Youth activists prank Standard Chartered in critique of coal lending policy

Fridays for Future activists donned false moustaches in a stunt to put pressure on Standard Chartered to stop financing fossil fuels

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Biden Wants To Take On The Fossil-Fuel Industry. Dozens Of His Officials Are Invested In It

Energy Security a Giant Reason for Renewable Grid

A retired General, and a local rural official, both concerned about keeping energy flowing, both advocates of resilient, distributed energy. Electrek: The all-electric Ford F150 pickup truck is one of the most important vehicles for electrification in the US, where the F150 has been the most popular passenger vehicle in the country for a long […]

Pipeline is a Flashpoint, and a Sputnik Moment

Biden will address Putin with malware hacking concerns. No evidence of direct Russian involvement but… Below, energy experts express grave concerns about the hacking, and what it means for the energy grid. Below, expert calls this a “sputnik moment”.

Who Grew Your Clothes? Soil to Soil Textiles – Part 1

Washington State plans to phase out new gas cars by 2030